The choice fell on Wagner Solar once again – a 437 kWp corporate solar panel installation.
In our upcoming case study, we would like to present the positive changes that the installed solar system brings to the mentioned company’s operations. We will explain how we helped optimize the company’s electricity expenses and find the perfect solar system. Additionally, we will showcase the factors that guided our client’s decision-making process.
The furniture manufacturing company reached out to us because they wanted to minimize their electricity expenses, but they wanted to do it in an environmentally friendly way. Due to the high energy prices, it’s not surprising that even larger companies are increasingly concerned about energy efficiency and, along with it, renewable energy. Not to mention the increasingly favorable payback period, which makes renewable energy investments even more appealing for businesses.
Following a preliminary consultation, our colleagues conducted precise measurements on-site, which served as a basis for planning of the most optimal solar panel system for the user, as well as determining how much would be advisable to install to achieve the desired effect, taking into account the budget to be allocated.
After the surveys, the system size was designed, taking into account consumption data and the available roof area. Based on the quantity of solar panels that can be placed, the size of the inverters was also determined. In addition to the measurements, drone footage is also taken, which plays a significant role in the creation of the visual plan.
What is the exact purpose of a solar power system today?
First and foremost, the goal is for our client’s investment in renewable energy to pay off within a relatively short timeframe. Additionally, it’s important to minimize utility expenses while ensuring that it doesn’t disrupt the comfort level and is also environmentally friendly.
In the case of this project, only daytime work is carried out, which lasts from 7 in the morning until 3 in the afternoon. Let’s take a look at what specific products make up the solar panel system in this case;
- “J866 pcs Longi LR5-66HIH-505M solar module
- 2 units of Solax Forth Series Three Phase 12 MPPT 125KW
- 1 unit of Solax Forth Series Three Phase 12 MPPT 120KW
- On an annual basis, this represents a saving of 108.7 tons of CO2 emissions, which is equivalent to planting 4993 trees
- The approximate time required for payback is about 4 years.
- The solar panel system produces 33% of the total consumption.
The innovations of A LONGI are not limited to technology. The company believes in integrating innovations and creating an open collaboration platform. There is active cooperation and interaction among the elements of the ecosystem, which allows us to design innovative solutions for promoting solar energy-driven energy transformation.